A spider eating a midge on my back wall, early morning. Midges were flitting around the light of my moth trap.
No interactions present.
Compare with image at http://www.ispotnature.org/node/370986.
Metellina merianae? e.g. see http://www.ispotnature.org/node/371036
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I see what you mean. This is too big and light coloured. Most of the M. merianae pics I can find don't have the light patch, but a few do. This one lives under the overhang of a balcony by my garage door, so it's always shaded, and you could say it is rather like a cave entrance.
The light streak would be an uncommon colour variety - but they do occur.
I believe Neottiura lives on the ground (I usually see it in pitfall traps) - not in doorways (or cave entrances!).
Call me a non-committal coward, but I'm waiting for an opinion by a spider expert!
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